As they say, not all furniture pieces are created equal. So, if you’re dreaming about having and restoring a mid-century modern piece, don’t make the mistake of buying any piece you can get your hands on. You don’t want to buy a fixer-upper that’s going to cost a fortune to restore. You also don’t want to invest time and money into something that wasn’t that great to begin with.
I believe Christmas is the most beautiful time of the year. It brings out the best in us, and I personally like it very much to give back to the people around me. As a result, I think the best gift to give someone is time. Time put into making something special for that someone. Most importantly something with a personal touch, like this spanish cedar humidor.
And I recently found just that special something to make for someone you care about, like Caleb from YouCanMakeThisToo shows us. He built this cool spanish cedar humidor with walnut rims for his friend’s birthday.
You can see from the video that it takes a fair amount of time to build this, but the result speaks for itself. And I’ll bet the gift was very much appreciated. So there you have it. A complete guide on how to make your own humidor starting from scratch.
With Christmas fast approaching and holiday cheer starting to kick in, it’s about time we start working on some Christmas tree decorations. And what better place to find them than with us?
So, without further ado, here are 7 of the best and most crafty Christmas tree decorations in our opinion that you can make right now.
The ability to recreate is man’s greatest quality. Many things we use in the world today are the improved version of what was used a few years back. This came as a result of the advancement in technology and globalization. Nowadays, even the simplest things can be turned into something special and complex things restored to a better version, like this Craftsman workbench.
Being a Harry Potter series fan, I can say that this DIY wand hits a soft spot for me. And with Halloween just around the corner, this would really make for an awesome fugitive-in-muggle-world costume for this year’s party.
Ok guys, Halloween will soon be here and this one is not for the squeamish. Or arachnophobes. Seriously.
Building something with your own hands brings you a lot of satisfaction. It’s not always easy, but it’s worth it. This bench for example is easier to make than you think. Let me show you how.
Sometimes you’ll find real treasures looking around in your grandpa’s stuff. Like this little bad boy. This little knife is around 100 years old and leaving it like this ain’t gonna cut it.
Restoring furniture pieces like this cabinet is my thing. Not only do you get to give new life to a piece, you can also make it unique and help the planet by recycling. Just like this.
I love birds, so I decided that this weekend’s project should be a birdhouse. It’s really easy to make and rewarding too. You just need a few hours, some dry twigs and a few wine corks to start and you’ll find below the way to do it.